Category Archives: Coldharbour Lane

Changing the Pickup, Coldharbour Lane by A.E.R.Larking

This painting from the Southwark Council Art Collection was painted in 1947

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A new Artwork at Loughborough Junction

At some point in August this new artwork was hung on the Green Man Skills Centre. It is a Shimmer Wall Green Man which shimmers and sparkles in the sunshine.  A collaboration organised by Sunshine International Arts & 40 + … Continue reading

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Warped London by Samuel Wray

This painting, Oil on Canvas is set in Loughborough Junction at night time. http://artawards.clydeco.com/gallery/untitled-samuel-wray-easton-city-guilds-of-london-art-school/

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Snazzy New Banners in LJ

Wandering home from work this afternoon, I noticed these new banners attached to lamp-posts in Loughborough Junction. Well done, whomever is responsible. I understand that pupils from Jessop Primary, St Saviours, Loughborough School and Michael Tippett School all helped to … Continue reading

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David Greig – Grocers, a postscript

The rather wonderful David Greig sign at Loughborough Junction mentioned in the earlier David Greig – Grocers post has disappeared. https://loughborough-junction.org/2017/01/01/david-greig-grocers/ 1st mentioned by a poster on Urban75 Loughborough Junction chitter chatter on March 14 as having disappeared. Photo taken … Continue reading

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Johnnies Cafe, a local legend

For over 43 years Johnnies Cafe has served up food to Loughborough Junctionites of all kinds. From locals, renters around for a few months or years, construction workers, Kings College Hospital employees and even Police Officers. A truly cosmopolitan crowd. … Continue reading

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Daniel Alexander Williamson… painter

Daniel Alexander Williamson was a member of the Liverpool school of painters, influenced by the pre-raphaelite style. His father was also a painter, as were other members of his family. He was apprenticed as a child to a Liverpool cabinet maker, … Continue reading

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